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Fast Attack
30
19%
Medium Attack
18
11%
Slow Attack
7
4%
Fast Release
34
21%
Medium Release
13
8%
Slow Release
4
3%
High Ratio
18
11%
Moderate Ratio
23
14%
Low Ratio
13
8%
 
Total votes : 160

Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby giancarlo » Sun Dec 05, 2010 11:48 am

and here an explanation for everyone. Trouble of nebula is NOT the envelope detector/follower (you could even add look ahead implementation or you could SAMPLE it and it would be VERY accurate). Nebula knows exactly which set of kernels it should apply to your source (so which gain level). Only it DOES it at fixed rate times. Frequency of rate times is "prog rate". The faster, the better. If you go too much slowly, you could not be lucky enough, so a fast transient could NOT be PROCESSED (nebula would process it, but it's NOT the time for a kernel switch). But if you goo too much fast you could add too much aliasing and cpu load. This happens because a very fast context switch on COMPLEX kernels COULD add some UNWANTED distortion, NOISE and aliasing (unlike other developers we are implemented COMPLEX kernels, and their interaction are not so predictable at faster rate times). I have a solution in mind, but I'm still busy cause other complex developments. An huge step forward is represented by AHD.

I hope it helps.
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby meloco » Sun Dec 05, 2010 12:13 pm

giancarlo wrote:An huge step forward is represented by AHD.

What is AHD?
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby enriquesilveti » Sun Dec 05, 2010 1:19 pm

We improved largely NAT. We'll release this new version ASAP. The new technology is named AHD, which stands for "Adaptive Harmonic Debugging". if merged with Micro Kernels it leads to incredible new features and opens to new possibilities.
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby lordnielson » Sun Dec 05, 2010 1:56 pm

meloco wrote:What is AHD?


Attention Hyperactivity Disorder
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby futur2 » Sun Dec 05, 2010 2:20 pm

i don't understand nothing (or was it anything). whatever, just keep on working on solutions giancarlo :mrgreen:

giancarlo wrote:and here an explanation for everyone. Trouble of nebula is NOT the envelope detector/follower (you could even add look ahead implementation or you could SAMPLE it and it would be VERY accurate). Nebula knows exactly which set of kernels it should apply to your source (so which gain level). Only it DOES it at fixed rate times. Frequency of rate times is "prog rate". The faster, the better. If you go too much slowly, you could not be lucky enough, so a fast transient could NOT be PROCESSED (nebula would process it, but it's NOT the time for a kernel switch). But if you goo too much fast you could add too much aliasing and cpu load. This happens because a very fast context switch on COMPLEX kernels COULD add some UNWANTED distortion, NOISE and aliasing (unlike other developers we are implemented COMPLEX kernels, and their interaction are not so predictable at faster rate times). I have a solution in mind, but I'm still busy cause other complex developments. An huge step forward is represented by AHD.

I hope it helps.
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby cps418 » Sun Dec 05, 2010 6:07 pm

What is the difference between the 20: ratio and the 4:ratio
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby TranscendingMusic » Sun Dec 05, 2010 6:39 pm

cps418 wrote:What is the difference between the 20: ratio and the 4:ratio


16! :mrgreen:
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby cps418 » Sun Dec 05, 2010 7:03 pm

What is the difference between the 20: ratio and the 4:ratio. funny. I meant as far as squashy, or more kick.
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby TranscendingMusic » Sun Dec 05, 2010 7:16 pm

cps418 wrote:What is the difference between the 20: ratio and the 4:ratio. funny. I meant as far as squashy, or more kick.


Well as a general rule the higher the ratio, the more you are reducing peak to average or in other words dynamic range. I'd call the higher ratio, with also a deep threshold, "squashy".
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby giancarlo » Mon Dec 06, 2010 4:58 pm

TranscendingMusic wrote:
cps418 wrote:What is the difference between the 20: ratio and the 4:ratio


16! :mrgreen:

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